Well past it actually. But having put another year under my belt recently I saw this tag on A Book Olive and though it would be fun. And honestly it’s probably been 30 years since I’ve done a tag.
The original tag was created by Ink Not Blood.
So Netflix dropped a Valentine’s Day Gift confirming what I never had any doubt of…
When The Witcher dropped on Netflix my biggest question was how were the female characters in the show going to fare…
As I’ve mentioned that other big fantasy adaptation- well I pretty much wound up despising every choice they made for the female characters especially. It’s still too early to really judge The Witcher after only 8 episodes but I think they’re off to an interesting start.
Spoilers! Spoilers! Spoilers!
So Birds of Prey was a bit of a box office downer.
Which seems like a bit of a surprise because on top of a slow box office, a popular character and great to good reviews & word of mouth- you think this would have been a slam dunk. You’d think it would have at least hit the bottom of estimates…
The Sun Down Motel
By: Simone St. James
Actually you can pretty much do whatever you want at the Sun Down because it’s not exactly well-staffed. Maybe the ghosts will check you in?
Or out the hard way depending on their moods.
By: Lana Wilson
A Taylor Swift documentary? Of course I’m going to break my film slump for that one! Thank you Netflix 🙂
As a long-term fan of Taylor I got to admit…
Well this years Super Bowl delivered the Wandavision look I wanted and some other goodies and even better… I didn’t have to watch any of the game!
The Crown creator Peter Morgan confirmed casting Imelda Staunton as the next version of Queen Elizabeth which wasn’t that much of a surprise. What is a bit more surprising is the show is ending after season five!
It was a surprise to me during the run-up to the recent movie when I heard Amy March was an unpopular/controversial character amongst Little Women fans. I thought why?
And then I was thinking you’re a card-carrying member of the Catelyn and Sansa Stark fan club (books anyway) and the three characters actually have a lot in common with each other that I think makes them unfairly divisive.
Been There, Married That
By: Gigi Levangie
I almost DNF’ed this. I probably should have but Been There, Married That is a book to read if you have a lot going on and are looking for something that you have absolutely no emotional investment or even interest in.